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We received our first Dell XPS 13 Ubuntu Edition laptop last week. We decided to publish a quick review on it, as it is a very impressive product and in general every pre-installed Linux laptop is newsworthy as they are so rare, at least here in Finland. This Dell XPS 13 Ubuntu Edition was released [...]
In every business the rule is that if your service is slow, you’ll loose customers, and it certainly applies online too. If your website takes two seconds to load instead of a half second, you’ll loose visitors and business. Even if it is just about improving by a few seconds, on the web it does [...]
Who would not want to have a fast service? No matter how good your web service is, if it takes 5 seconds to load a page, people will dislike using it. Even search engines dislike slow servers and decrease their ranking. Faster is always better. In our article a few months ago we asked what [...]
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Most Android phone manufacturers provide operating system upgrades, so you can run the latest version of Android even with an older smart phone. With closed software phones like iPhone this is not possible, since Apple wants to force its customers into always buying a new phone. However not all Android phone manufacturers provide upgrades, or [...]
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The official Android project only releases versions for the ARM platform, but there is an unofficial porting project for the Intel x86 platform called Android-x86. Using this version you can in theory install Android on any home computer lying around. In practice however you need to consider what kind of components your device has and [...]
On November 28th Otto Kekäläinen of Seravo ran a Git training session on request by the Tampere-based developer community Devaamo ry. Git is great revision management system authored by Linus Torvalds, and in last two years its popularity has exploded because it is so great, but certainly not because it would be easy to use, so there [...]
Speed matters. Over and over research shows that when the speed of a website increases, the activity of users increase. Even if the changes are small, like a half second, and users are perhaps not conscious about it, users will view the overall experience as better. Besides website popularity, high-speed websites are also capable of handling more [...]
Introduction A virtual machine typically needs to be connected to a network to be useful. Because a virtual machine runs as an application inside the host computer, connecting it to the outside world needs support from the host operating system. There are a number of options for networking a virtual machine, both on the Link [...]
IPv6 is slowly, but steadily making itself present on the Internet today. Major web sites like Google, Yahoo, YouTube and Facebook are now serving their content off IPv6-enabled servers. You can expect IPv6 adoptation to pick up speed as the IPv4 address shortage becomes increasingly acute in the years ahead. What is IPv6? Internet Protocol [...]
Even though Steven Elop, Intel and the Linux Foundation killed the Meego project, the code base is not dead. In October 2011 the Mer Project was forked out of Meego and quickly attracted the development community that had grown distrust in the original Meego project, for very obivious and good reasons, of course. In the [...]
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